It seems that Sony let the cat out of the bag a bit too early since PlayStation Plus free games for April 2020 leaked unexpectedly.

In a video that has been private from the official PlayStation YouTube Channels today, Sony has given some details for PlayStation Plus free games for April 2020 early. According to what has been shared online, the next lineup of free PS4 games has been shared earlier than expected. However, we now know a thing or two about what is being planned for PlayStation Plus next month.

 Uncharted 4: A Thief's End
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End

Following the giveaway of Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection to PlayStation Plus subscribers a few months ago, PlayStation will unfold another Drake’s story by featuring Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End for free in April. Along with Uncharted 4, PS4 also offers Dirt Rally 2.0, an off-road racing game that released in 2019. The pair will be free to keep as long as you maintain an active PS Plus subscription.

Uncharted 4 is one of the PS4‘s best exclusive games. The story follows Nate, Sully, Elena, and Nate’s long-lost brother Sam on a journey to find Henry Avery’s treasure. The world is far more open (and lengthier) than Nate’s earlier adventures, placing more emphasis on exploration. Nate’s swan song has the rare distinction of earning an essential 10/10 in GameSpot’s Uncharted 4 review.

Dirt Rally 2.0
Dirt Rally 2.0

Sports fans will be able to continue their passion through Dirt Rally 2.0 since all the sports events are canceled due to the pandemic. Racing fans can drive across the globe with eight FIA World Rallycross Championship circuits that carry out in the US, Poland, Australia, Spain, Argentina, and Spain.

This abovementioned video has now been taken down and is no longer available to watch on the official PlayStation Access YouTube Channel which means that probably, the current lineup of titles is not being replaced until April 7. So we still have to wait for two weeks for the big PlayStation Store refresh.

Until then, Shadow of the Colossus and Sonic Forces, the March’s pair of PlayStation Plus offering, is still available to download until April 7.

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